I read that certain Blu-Ray players won't play it in the US http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/non_aviation/read.main/2254012 Can anyone with a tech background clarify?? I have a SONY Blu-Ray player in the US
Hello P. McCoy I'm a Brit living in the US and as you can see from other posts the 3D version/combo pack is unavailable in the US and rumored to be getting released next Christmas. I can't wait 'til then, and like other folks am hoping to buy from the UK and get this region free version. Not sure where you get your info but maybe you can tell me if the standard BR disc in this pack is also region free?? My experience is often that the 3D disc will be region free (in advertised region-free packs) but the standard 2D discs but be region locked. Do you know?
I will also let you know....you have no idea how excited i am!!!! I called disney to complain to them last week the person on the phone forwarded my complaint and she didnt know why they are doing this i was thrilled when i saw it listed here...i will order it when i get paid on friday.
I have a samsung 3d blu ray player and will post here as the whtrher i can play and watch it in 3d
I understand this 3D Blu-ray disc is region free (and you stated it will play in the same Sony player I have), but are you able to confirm is it truly compatible with all 3D Blu-ray players worldwide, or only those that support 50Hz electrical frequency? Thank you.
US customers can invest in a OREI BDP-M2 Region Free DVD 3D/2D Blu-ray Player - 110-240V (or similar unit) that can be set for BD Region B and DVD all regions @ 60Hz output and not have to worry about B2 discs or 1080i50 BDs again. I did.
How about digital copy? The description doesn't mention it at all, but I'm wondering whether or not Disney BluRays sold in the UK typically include it... I already ordered it and am wondering if I'll be able to play this on a tablet... Thanks in advance for any info.
BDs that are interlaced at 50 Hz (1080i50) will not display a picture on US panels even if "region free," although you may get sound, because US players cannot be set to alter the frequency of the output and US 60 Hz panels will not display 50 Hz signals.
Many BBC BDs, such as Sherlock and Downton Abbey, are authored to 1080i50 standards because of the cameras used to record them.
BDs that are 1080p and are region free will play anywhere.
The OREI player I mentioned above outputs a 60 Hz signal while playing 50 Hz PAL DVDs and 1080i50 BDs. It plays both 2D and 3D Region B BDs when that region is selected via the remote during setup.